The New York Times reports technology for WI-FI to go. Basically, these are devices from Kyocera, Junxion and Top Global that can convert cellular signals (e.g from the Verizon EVDO card) to a WI-FI signal that can be shared by multiple laptops or accessed by Apple or other machines which do not have the card slot for the EVDO)
What caught my attention was:
"Other people are canceling their home D.S.L. or cable modem service altogether. Instead of paying twice for Internet access — for a cable modem and a cellular laptop plan — they use the cellular card at home and on the road and save a lot of money."
As we know many consumers have cancelled home lines and made their mobile number their only line.
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